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un·ship

 (ŭn-shĭp′)
v. un·shipped, un·ship·ping, un·ships
v.tr.
1. To unload from a ship; discharge.
2. To remove (a piece of gear) from its proper place; detach: unship an oar.
v.intr.
To become or be capable of becoming removed or detached.

unship

(ʌnˈʃɪp)
vb, -ships, -shipping or -shipped
1. (Nautical Terms) to be or cause to be unloaded, discharged, or disembarked from a ship
2. (Nautical Terms) (tr) nautical to remove from a regular place: to unship oars.

un•ship

(ʌnˈʃɪp)

v. -shipped, -ship•ping. v.t.
1. to take off from a ship; unload.
2. to remove from the place proper for its use, as an oar or tiller.
v.i.
3. to become unloaded or removed.
[1400–50]

unship


Past participle: unshipped
Gerund: unshipping

Imperative
unship
unship
Present
I unship
you unship
he/she/it unships
we unship
you unship
they unship
Preterite
I unshipped
you unshipped
he/she/it unshipped
we unshipped
you unshipped
they unshipped
Present Continuous
I am unshipping
you are unshipping
he/she/it is unshipping
we are unshipping
you are unshipping
they are unshipping
Present Perfect
I have unshipped
you have unshipped
he/she/it has unshipped
we have unshipped
you have unshipped
they have unshipped
Past Continuous
I was unshipping
you were unshipping
he/she/it was unshipping
we were unshipping
you were unshipping
they were unshipping
Past Perfect
I had unshipped
you had unshipped
he/she/it had unshipped
we had unshipped
you had unshipped
they had unshipped
Future
I will unship
you will unship
he/she/it will unship
we will unship
you will unship
they will unship
Future Perfect
I will have unshipped
you will have unshipped
he/she/it will have unshipped
we will have unshipped
you will have unshipped
they will have unshipped
Future Continuous
I will be unshipping
you will be unshipping
he/she/it will be unshipping
we will be unshipping
you will be unshipping
they will be unshipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unshipping
you have been unshipping
he/she/it has been unshipping
we have been unshipping
you have been unshipping
they have been unshipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unshipping
you will have been unshipping
he/she/it will have been unshipping
we will have been unshipping
you will have been unshipping
they will have been unshipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unshipping
you had been unshipping
he/she/it had been unshipping
we had been unshipping
you had been unshipping
they had been unshipping
Conditional
I would unship
you would unship
he/she/it would unship
we would unship
you would unship
they would unship
Past Conditional
I would have unshipped
you would have unshipped
he/she/it would have unshipped
we would have unshipped
you would have unshipped
they would have unshipped
Translations

unship

[ˈʌnˈʃɪp] VT [+ goods] → desembarcar; [+ rudder, mast etc] → desmontar

unship

vt cargolöschen, ausladen, entladen; tiller, oarsabnehmen; mastabbauen
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References in classic literature ?
She dropped him into the bottom, took her seat, and unshipped the oars.
With deft fingers she unshipped this, took it with her, reeling out the wire as she went, thus keeping, in a way, in touch with the kite.
Here he found that the rudder had been all but unshipped, probably as the vessel was lifted over the reef during the storm, but a single pintle remaining in its gudgeon.
We had a very prosperous gale, till we arrived at the Cape of Good Hope, where we landed for fresh water; but discovering a leak, we unshipped our goods and wintered there; for the captain falling sick of an ague, we could not leave the Cape till the end of March.
The discussion developed into a quarrel, in the midst of which Yellow Handkerchief unshipped the heavy tiller and sprang toward me.
He gave me a most diverting account of his life, and of the many extraordinary events of it; of many adventures which had befallen him in the few years that he had been abroad in the world; and particularly, it was very remarkable, that in the voyage he was now engaged in he had had the misfortune to be five times shipped and unshipped, and never to go to the place whither any of the ships he was in were at first designed.
And there isn't an article shipped or unshipped at our wharf but I know the quality of it.
'We're Here'." Dan sluiced the pen energetically, unshipped the table, set it up to dry in the moonlight, ran the red knife-blades through a wad of oakum, and began to sharpen them on a tiny grindstone, as Harvey threw offal and backbones overboard under his direction.
Buick, who was unshipped from Sir Busker on the way to post at Ascot on May 10, had been out of action since partnering the Charlie Appleby-trained two-year-old newcomer Expressionist to victory at the same track 24 hours later.
The former multiple UAE champion jockey was unshipped after the line from the unplaced Plundered in a novice event at Leicester only weeks after returning to the saddle from breaking his other ankle.
Her Wincanton victory came just under two weeks after Pendleton had been unshipped from Pacha Du Polder at Fakenham .
Much has been said about Pendleton's ability in the plate but, let's give the lassie a break, she looked a bit unlucky when unshipped from this horse at Fakenham after getting a dunt from another faller.